Forget Scrabble, put the Monopoly to one side. The board game we should all be playing with our daughters - especially with International Women's Day just round the corner on March 8 - is Who's She?.
Who's She? is a new version of the game, Guess Who?, that celebrates some of the world's most extraordinary women, and promotes female empowerment.
While the original Guess Who? game featured 24 characters - with only six of them female and all of the characters non-caucasian, bar one - this version, created by Warsaw-based company Playeress, features 28 women who have made history by daring to make a difference.
Among them are Frida Kahlo, Amelia Earhart, Serena Williams and Malala Yousafzai, and to guess their identities players ask questions about her achievements, like 'did she win a Nobel Prize?'.
Made from Baltic birch wood and featuring hand-drawn watercolor portraits by artist Daria Gołąb, the board game also comes with biography cards about each woman.
It does not come cheap, retailing at £75 on www.kickstarter.com with shipping to New Zealand, £30.
But Playeress has also released a more affordable cardboard version, which costs £10, and you can also order tattoos, scratch-off posters and postcards, and paper masks of the 28 women.
Founder Zuzia Kozerskagame designed the game to inspire the younger generation, with the women representing a range of professions, nationalities, and ages.
"Their triumphs, adventures, discoveries and inventions will inspire you to dream bigger and take risks," explains Zuzia.
We're ordering ours today!
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